Articles by Stacie Adams



Stacie Adams writes on the Nervous Breakdown: Let me tell you a little story. Perhaps it won’t be very compelling or important, and perhaps the opinion of one slightly unhinged free lance…


Via The First Church of Mutterhals: The phrase ‘the personal is political’ always bugged me, but I could never articulate why. There’s just something off about it, like conflating religious belief and…




I know, break out the tar and feathers before I get away. I’m a horrible human being, I should be ashamed myself, I should have no say in politics, blah blah blah….




Via the First Church of Mutterhals: I’ve been watching the Death Wish movies all week on AMC. Quake loves them dearly for the wet explosions and hand cannons. I am amazed that…


Via the First Church of Mutterhals: That sounds like a Warren Zevon song from hell, but it’s not. It’s what I saw on someone’s car on the way to work today. Three…


From the First Church of Mutterhals: Perhaps you’ve heard that Mel Gibson is not the most pleasant man to live with. There’s been a slew of leaked audio tapes featuring Gibson saying…




Via the First Church of Mutterhals: Are you tired of being out-weirded by your friends and loved ones? Run out of room in your closet for three wolf t-shirts and multi-colored skinny…


Stacie Adams writes on Smirking Chimp: A week or two ago the internets were ablaze with the news that not only did famed physicist Stephen Hawking appear to believe in the existence…


From the Smirking Chimp: Karl Rove is typically described as a villain of American politics. I prefer the description of deranged psycho killer when referring to him and the underhanded campaign tactics…


Mutterhals writes on the Black Sun Gazette: That’s a big word up there, but it describes a fairly simple concept. Anthropomorphism is when you attribute human characteristics to non human things and…





On The First Church of Mutterhals: I recently saw graffiti written on a train that said “80% of the internet is pornography.” While I don’t normally give much credence to random statistics…



Secrecy is of utmost importance to the graffiti artist. After all, their chosen medium remains illegal. And good graffiti rivals more traditional artistic pursuits, especially now, when controversy is valued much more…